Mitutoyo – made in Japan, but beware of counterfeits: https://www.amazon.com/Mitutoyo-500-196-30-Advanced-Measuring-Resolution/dp/B00IG46NL2
The Bars Bar Mat 70 x 110 cm, Made in Italy
No, it’s simply rejecting the fact that they are bad actors and have an agenda to use and exploit user data.
They censor things in their apps and that is why it shouldn’t be allowed in western app stores.
You have to be careful about Zojirushi, I have a Zojirushi NS-TSC10 that was not cheap, and it is made in China.
Meanwhile, my Cuckoo CR-0351F was half the price and made in Korea. But Cuckoo also has some popular models made in China like the CR-0655F.
I also have an older Tiger rice cooker with the old school Asian flower pattern made in Japan.
With rice cookers as with everything else, you can't just trust that a brand makes everything outside of China. You have to verify.
More info from the Customers Questions portion:
>Please do not be fooled by fake Mitutoyo calipers on Amazon. MSI-Viking Gage is still here and is still the #1 Licensed Distributor in the USA for this product! We ship from South Carolina, and we sell +1,000/year! We welcome you to verify that we(MSI-Viking Gage) are a licensed distributor for Mitutoyo by calling their corporate number 1-888-648-8869 (US ONLY) which can also be found on www.mitutoyo.com
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
*MANUFACTURER WARRANTIES ARE ONLY VALID WHEN THE PRODUCT IS PURCHASED FROM A LICENSED DISTRIBUTOR!!* see less
By MSI Viking <strong>SELLER</strong> on February 15, 2017
Ayyy I've got you on this one! Last month I upgraded my home lab setup to 10Gb using Qnap switches specifically because they are NOT made in china. They are made in Taiwan:
Hopefully you're able to find it where you live!
I wish I'd kept the packaging for this poster frame, but I threw it away... nonetheless, the amazon pic is a better representation anyway: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00NVLAQI6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_I3o4FbSEH91CZ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
One of the reviewers says it’s made in France. Hard to believe so you may want to check with the seller first.
iPhone Charger Cable 10ft, Cabepow [3 Pack] Lightning Cable 10 Foot, Extra Long 10 Feet iPhone 2.4A Fast Charging Cord Compatible with iPhone 11/Xs/XS Max/XR/X / 8/8 Plus / 7/7 Plus / 6/6 Plus (Red https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WLVS7SY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_k1JdFb4R7XBVB
I second this. You can buy high quality blades that last longer and give a better shave. Wilkinson, Astra, Feather, KAI etc are blades made in Germany, Japan etc. all give a great shave. With even less plastic.
There are people that sell you different brand packs so you can pick the blade that works best for you.
(similar, no affiliate)
I personally like Feather blades myself
I've learned I prefer the single blade over having multiple two-three-four blades pushed today. One could argue there is less metal, but they are using more plastic so it depends how you look at it.
There's this system (YHT-4950U) by Yamaha with Malaysia listed as the country of origin on Amazon US. Interestingly, photos from the reviews show "Made in Indonesia" on the speakers themselves but I later saw from YouTube reviews that the AV receiver unit is made in Malaysia. It looks like it's called YHT-1840 in the UK. At £450 or $480 USD, it's well within your budget. To be safe, it would be best to check with the retailer where it's made.
I think there's a decent chance that Bose's home speakers are made in Mexico. With their least expensive models you should be able to put together a set up that's within your budget.
Hopefully you can find Fissler in Korea. This one's made in Germany: https://www.amazon.com/Fissler-FISS-60070008079-Vitaquick-Pressure-Stainless/dp/B00873AOIU/2426376221927
Jabra Elite Active 65t Earbuds – Wireless Earbuds with Charging Case, Copper Black – Bluetooth Earbuds with a Secure Fit and Superior Sound, Long Battery Life and More (Renewed) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07W95NWL2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_Hh4cGbVKEJMYK
This one by Braun is made in Hungary (check the questions section): https://www.amazon.com/Braun-Processor-Powerful-Attachment-Engineering/dp/B00VF0RYK8?th=1
I have a Braun Multiquick made in Poland, for which you can get a food processor attachment (called the Cup Chopper).
This one is made in Thailand: https://www.amazon.com/Zojirushi-SX-FSE45AJ-Stainless-Insulated-15-Ounce/dp/B081JGYWL4/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Stainless%2BTumbler%2BSX-FSE45&qid=1605709764&sr=8-1&th=1
Most if not all of Westmark kitchen gadgets are made in Germany.
They make a few other styles, as well, if you want to look at their catalog. I browse it frequently. I have their egg slicer and it's absolutely amazing quality
Edit: I know some people are anti-amazon, but know that Westmark products are available on other websites; amazon is just the most accessible for me. Some of my posts with amazon links have triggered some people, so feel free to buy it from anywhere.
There are some cheap Italian made pans out there for under $30 like this or this
I don't know if you are still hunting for a French Press, but I recently ordered the Bodum Eileen 34oz in chrome and can confirm it is made in Portugal. Before I ordered I checked their website, and the box confirms it.
Update: i found an american vendor that offers a device that's neither bluetooth only nor charged by a cigarette lighter, but its an older product that runs on AAA batteries: https://www.amazon.com/Scosche-FMT4R-Transmitter-Frequency-Selections/dp/B004NEUK86
I also found Belkin and Insignia products that's 3.5mm, but they require cigarette lighters.
It seems my best option is to buy the products used/Open Box on ebay and pick out a small seller. Nothing wrong with a chinese product as long as the money doesn't go to them.
Both were purchased from Amazon:
Sorry, just noticed that you are looking in India, I am not sure if Amazon.in would have it.
Maybe, maybe not. I'm finding more and more just includes shipping in the sale price.
For example, the 32 Degrees polo, color black, size medium.
Amazon - $14.99 plus tax. Free shipping with prime
32 Degrees website - $7.99 plus tax, plus $5 for standard shipping
Also FWIW I have that brand's long-sleeve baselayer, made in Vietnam
StarTech... made in Taiwan is probably best you're going to get
Look for things that are TAA-compliant.
I used to have to source products for DoD stuff and we can't use anything made in China for a lot of IT products.
Nachteule is made in Germany:
"Nachteule Rechargeable Book Light for Glasses. Led Reading Light. Clip on Design Made in Germany. Complimentary Protective Case Included"
I've been using this to auto switch between my PS5, Xbox Series X, and Gaming PC for about 6 months. Zero issues. It's a great product and highly recommended.
Don’t know about pastry blender, but I have a Westmark salad spinner that was made in Germany. https://www.amazon.com/Westmark-German-Vegetable-Spinner-Pouring/dp/B016LEPWKQ?source=ps-sl-shoppingads-lpcontext&ref_=fplfs&psc=1&smid=A285BA4HND8LKT
For razors: Try safety razors. You can get a really good EU or US made razor for 30€ [they can go up past 200€ but anything around 50€ is more or less good] FaTip is an Italian made one. Base model is just a crazy good price performance ratio. But am sure you can easily find locally made brands almost wherever you are.
From then on a pack of 5 razors costs like 1€ [But the wierd thing is they can feel very different brand to brand. For my skin beard combo these Czech are amazing and as you can see a pack of 100 razors is 10€ ..not sponsored just giving an example]
It is a different shave. Longer hair shaves faster then a standard modern razor, stubble shaves slightly slower. I cut myself twice in 6 years. Once under the nose and once when I used a razor blade that wasnt for my skin.
Also I get almost no Skin irritation anymore after switching to Safety razors.
Hope this helps a bit.
I am looking for something similar to this.
And yes I do not mind having a remote for this.
Plus there are lots of japanese tableware retailers (both online and bricks-and-mortar) out there that are purely retailing and importing japanese products; find one of those near you.
Another Taiwan brand CERIO do also manufacture their PoE switch product in Taiwan! This 8 Port Gigabyte PoE switch do just cost you 65USD
CERIO 8 Port Gigabit PoE Switch | 8 PoE+ Ports @90W | Plug & Play |802.3at 802.3af Desktop/Wall Mount | Prioritized Power Supply | Sturdy Metal | Made in Taiwan | CS-1008G-8PX
Check BV-Tech, many of their network switch products are Made in Taiwan (stated clearly on Amazon’s title)
Some models are even NDAA compliant. NDAA complaints means that all components inside are not manufactured by the listed 5+ Chinese brands like Huawei, ZTE and their related companies
This 5-port PoE switch just cost around 39USD. It’s very affordable. The 10-port managed PoE switch also just cost around 110USD. Even you don’t need PoE, you can still use the PoE switch as a normal switch.
I think I will buy this made in Italy lid (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B099WXCYGL) to use with the existing used pods now that I'm running out of the sample pods. I use a made in Netherlands Moccamaster for my regular coffee but the Nespresso is convenient sometime esp. for espresso shots and such.
I agree made in Germany at that range is extremely unlikely. The least expensive I could think of is Hioki's Card HiTester, made in Japan and currently on Amazon US for $30 USD (≈$43.50 AUD): https://www.amazon.com/Hioki-3244-60-HiTester-Multimeter-Resistance/dp/B008S0CFDE Its features are very basic though
The GOAT legendary is made in UK, beware they have cheaper range made in China, Dualit is a very solid brand.
Defo made in Japan, this is kind of vanity project . https://www.amazon.com/Mitsubishi-Electric-ST1-T-Toaster-ultimate/dp/B07PHLN9DD
Riverlight makes a made-in-Japan bamboo steamer insert tray. I'm guessing it's not what you want, though, because you said "basket", so I'm guessing you want a 3d/cylindrical thing, and not a 2d/flat thing.
Not sure if this is narrow enough, but I've bought silicone spoons by this brand Pitty before, made in Japan: https://item.rakuten.co.jp/yminfo/katariki-pittypetit/
The handle is flat/rectangular, so it shouldn't have twirling issues. Amazon Japan delivers internationally, and you can get it here: https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00200X95Q/
I just bought a pair of $20 sony earbuds made in Thailand:
Don’t have one, but am looking at this.
I have a Benriner that is excellent.
Please be careful with Zojirushi. I've found this model on Amazon and a picture clearly shows a "Made in China" sticker:
Organko 2.0 made by Skaza - Exceeding Expectations. Made in Slovenia. https://www.amazon.com/Skaza-Exceeding-Expectations-Bokashi-Organko/dp/B07J9MP1G1
This one by Kensington seems to be made in Taiwan.
Altama Maritime Assult low tops are my go-to sneakers. US made, come in wide sizes, and seem very long lasting. I use them for everything from yard work to hiking to going to the grocery store.
Is it OK if they have *both* metric and US units? Or are you specifically avoiding metric units as dangerously un-American?
https://www.amazon.com/Anchor-77940-3-Piece-Measuring-Cup/dp/B0015QV5S4 These are made in USA and have dual units.
We use these with the catering company I work at, they are very nice and made in the usa. Homz Tough Durabilt Tote Box, 27 Gallon, Stackable, 2 Pack, Black/Yellow, 2 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06ZZNLLP5/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_HGZA43YCW96R7R7R0ZNQ
Here's an Amazon link to the product: https://www.amazon.com/camping-moon-CAMPINGMOON-Outdoor-Equipped/dp/B08NV39DP6
If it's not clear, this is used for refilling a small butane/isobutane fuel canister from a larger one so you aren't wasting containers or fuel.
There are lots of different brands of this, but it seems like there are basically two versions each sold under different company names, but other than what's printed on them they seem to be made in the same factory in China and sold under different names.
Bosch Home and Garden 06039A8000 IXO Cordless screwdriver, 3.6 V, black, green, red, set https://www.amazon.de/dp/B00TTZU566/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_2XMTY6G601M2VMAQKYG0
You can try and search for this one. It is Made in Hungary so you good. I'd say its more worth it then buying a set. You just have to buy Addons and you can change.
The only Lithuanian products I have heard of are NordVPN, a women's clothing brand I can't remember the name of, and linen (from the flax plant).
After seeing this Reddit post, I searched for Lithuania and then found this mobile app made in Lithuania that is similar to PetFinder and Adopt-A-Pet:
"Animal lovers in Lithuania have created a mobile application inspired by the popular dating app Tinder to match up dogs in local shelters with new owners.
Called GetPet, the app was launched last month and is getting hundreds of new users daily and already has made a few matches.
The app only features dogs for now but the plan is to eventually include cats and other animals."
Sorry you got scammed. I found two listings on Amazon, one sold by Amazon and one sold by Koolatron. The Amazon one is the one that lists USA as the COO, while the other one gives the correct information, so it looks like Amazon are the ones lying to you...
Based on one of the answered in the Q&A, it looks like this one is made in Germany.
Goldspatz Spiral Skimmer, 16-1/2-inch, Stainless Steel, No. 2195 ---- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0032FIQYW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_410X7QZPPRQGEGVD3WWK
The above link is for a plastic red pizza cutter that is made in the USA. It's not a wheel though, it's a rocker: it's called Rock'n Roll Pizza Cutter. Made by Smartwares.
I saw the above Dexas plastic pizza wheel at Whole Foods Market and it said that it was made in Taiwan.
https://www.amazon.com/SmartArm-Transforming-accesory-Phone-Armband/dp/B08MD7FB7J is not identical but the stand component is reasonably similar.
This Amazon listing for TP-Link says the country of origin is Vietnam, as supported by some of the Q&A: https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Bluetooth-Receiver-Controllers-UB400/dp/B07V1SZCY6/ However, it's unclear whether that's for the 4.0 or 5.0 model, or both.
Ya thanks . Something along these lines . I am looking for a slightly higher price range. And over the year headphones . I personally found this https://www.flipkart.com/skullcandy-crusher-bluetooth-headset-mic/p/itm415b45528d771/specifications?pid=ACCESZCHHGX9YFBN&marketplace=FLIPKART
These say manufactured in India but when I check the same product on Amazon I says China over there.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Coated-Retriever-Vacuum-Litre-coffee/dp/B0799N3NLS? made in Germany
https://www.vam.ac.uk/shop/homeware/home-accessories/kaffeeform-travel-coffee-cup-158124.html made in Germany
Shipping costs are brutal if you're buying from the US but there are made in Japan brushes available on Amazon Japan, e.g. https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00MFBTTA4
Sadly I wasn't able to find much information on any of these being sold in other countries, seems like they mostly sell domestically. I did find that bestbuy.ca sells some imported TIGERCROWN kitchenware, but unfortunately not this particular item.
I bought this stand from a vendor in India and I use it for laptop, writing and eating. Idk if this is what you mean.
> iphone 6 ,it does not get the newest update so put your crap of 5 yrs in dustbin, it’s wrong.
The 6 was released in 2014. The 6S, which I was talking about having been released in 2015, as per my comment will get iOS 14. Don’t believe me? Then have a look yourself.
With that beautiful opening backfire, I’m not even going to bother to read the rest of your potential BS. It’s quite evident you can’t even read, never mind comprehend. Either that or you just love gaslighting to twist the narrative to your own advantage.
4K video conferencing is currently supported by Lifesize and TrueConf.
With Lifesize, you’ll need a hardware video conferencing system (Lifesize Icon 700, $7,499).
With TrueConf, 4K video is supported even in the free version - but don't forget that you will also require a PC, 4K camera and 4K display. Here's more about their requirements: https://trueconf.com/blog/knowledge-base/simple-guide-to-4k-video-conferencing.html
That's a good start. I'm suspicious because TP-Link is a Chinese company. After doing a bit more research, this version of WeMo (the v3 version, NOT the wider mini version) is made in Vietnam. And WeMo is a Belkin company, based in California. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08CJGZZZ1/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1
Thanks for pointing that out! I think TP-Link's "Kasa Smart Wi-fi Plug Mini" might be made in Vietnam, or at least it was when I saw it in a store. There is a photo in one of the reviews on Amazon that shows "made in Vietnam", and the COO listed there is Vietnam.
I'm recently getting into gardening myself, I bought a Nisaku garden knife for $23 made in Japan, very high quality (made with REAL Japanese steel). It's a great all around tool, weeding, cutting, digging, etc.
Their other tools look really nice too.
It's only a single burner, but I'm a huge fan of my Iwatani butane stove. Made in Japan. It's not supposed to be a camp stove, but if you bring a wind screen it works great. Butane burns WAAY hotter than any other gas I have ever cooked with. Butane can be bought at any good Chef supply store.
Cygolite are apparently made in USA.
I have a Metro 1100 pro with an ebay go-pro style mount to fit it on my helmet.
It's nice and bright, but the beam disperses a bit wide for me to ride real fast. Riding at <20km/h and it's fine.
*maybe only assembled in america if that's good enough for you.
**I'm in .au and I got mine off some online bike store, I think, but they're available all over the place.
Found this table:
Try looking at Linksys. This one is made in Taiwan, for example: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DT48WZS/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza
Røde VideoMicro - made in Australia, $55 right now on Amazon US.
Above your budget, but Røde Lavalier GO (also made in Australia) costs $79 on Amazon US.
Sorry I have no way to check prices and availability in India.
I think this is made in Singapore:
I recently purchased a Moka Alpina from Amazon (a 'cute' Bialetti with a silly design that I like). It was made in Romania, with the filter made in Italy.
If you're in the market for a luxury toaster, Mitsubishi's TO-ST1-T (made in Japan) is available on Amazon US for $335: https://www.amazon.com/Mitsubishi-Electric-ST1-T-Toaster-ultimate/dp/B07PHLN9DD/
Bread makers make bread! some people love them, some people don't. I can't see justifying spending that much on one unless you're really into making bread yourself, eating bread everyday. Otherwise you'd be overspending on every loaf you ever make.
Moshi wireless chargers are made in Taiwan (not sure about their supply chain): https://www.amazon.com/Moshi-Wireless-Certified-Fast-Charging-Anti-Slip/dp/B07GYD68MW/
Just found out from another post on light bulbs:
I have a Braun MultiQuick immersion hand blender that's made in Poland and it came with a whisk attachment. It looks like they make a hand mixer too, and according to Amazon that one's made in Romania. (Edit: both are less than $80!)
Username checks out 😂
Check out Westmark; their products are made in Germany... here's a sifter:
They also make strainers that you can use to sift:
This electro grill from Steba is made in Germany and should be usable for sandwiches: https://www.amazon.de/dp/B0000AQY8L?tag=of3-21
They produce some more Kitchen appliances in Germany, but mostly raclette. Some Amazon.de reviews claim their sandwhich makers are from Germany but I doubt it, they are simply too cheap for that.
SuperTooth Bluetooth speaker made in the Philippines
Here's a link:
Every headband similar to this that I can find is sold by a Chinese company. If anyone knows where to get something similar to this please let me know
If you can go up to $184. Hon Convergence is your option. Made in USA.
https://www.amazon.in/Razer-Viper-Ultralight-Ambidextrous-Gaming/dp/B07V6Z9RW4/ Shipping is free but it will be very slow unfortunately because it’s temporarily out of stock
https://www.amazon.in/Razer-RZ01-02010100-R3A1-Death-Adder-Gaming/dp/B01LXC1QL0/ it is in stock but is more expensive
I wasn’t able to find one that explicitly states that it’s not sourced from China yet so I ended up going with this one on Amazon. It says it’s “made in the US.” It doesn’t have erythritol or fructose I think. I tried a little bit in my hot chocolate and it’s not bad. It’s a small pouch but I think a little goes a long way.
It's Just - 100% Monkfruit... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NDP4HZN?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I've been eyeing up this Nordic Ware Pine Forest Bundt Pan for like 10 years (ever since I saw it on an episode of Nigella when I was 20) and this year I'm going to fucking buy it damn it!
I had no luck finding an electric gooseneck kettle. The best thing I found with good reviews is the Kalita Wave that is made in Japan.
Kalita Wave 1L Stainless Steel Drip Kettle, Pot, Silver https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000X12JDC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_tkZIFb86R2C0D
I think google has down trended the app :( . Even in india its getting hard to find, but here is link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chinaappsremover
Almost all VPNs suck in one way or the other.
Here are the best,
This list was made taking consideration location of the company, no log policy, and their tech stack.
I've switched to Windscribe for a while now, it gives me 10gb per month for free and I must say I'm loving it. Previously, I used ProtonVPN but the speed was shitty even though the data was unlimited.
These are made in USA and are rechargeable but don't meet your requirement of beam cutoff https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IO12ESM/
Can you do something like this as done by Chris H in the thread https://bicycles.stackexchange.com/questions/28705/bike-lights-with-beam-cut-off-to-avoid-dazzling-drivers
I ordered crepe/tortilla pan and is made in France. It is not delivered yet but I am excited to use it. Anything that we can find that's not made in China helps.
I use this Transcend SSD made in Taiwan. It feels solidly built and I love the slim form factor.
I also like this tiny SSD from PNY also made in Taiwan but went with the other one for the USB-C.
Thanks again. That looks great. I'll have to look through those sites. Here's a link to exactly what I want: https://www.amazon.com/10Meters-Length-White-Fastening-Fabric/dp/B07KYGLH7S/ref=mp_s_a_1_9?dchild=1&keywords=hook+tape+white+sew+1+inch&qid=1601411951&sr=8-9
Just purchased a Spigen TS-36 mount
Made in South Korea.
This one is made in Germany: https://www.amazon.com/Oral-B-CrossAction-Electric-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B075CPK9RX/ref=sr_1_4?crid=1PBYK31MY420U&dchild=1&keywords=oral-b%2Belectric%2Btoothbrush&qid=1600313963&sprefix=oral-B%2Caps%2C204&sr=8-4&th=1
See one of answers:
Q: Where is the toothbrush made? Germany?
A: All of our PRO, Professional Care, Triumph brushes are made in Germany.
By Oral-B Community Manager on September 7, 2019
Here's a bike seat bag made in USA:
You'll pay at least 2x though.
I can't speak for all of their cases but the spigen case that I purchased last Monday is labeled as " Made in South Korea" on the box and the actual case itself.
Hopefully it's not too late for you, or maybe this can help someone else - I just looked and my Phillips electric razor is made in Indonesia. I got it in 2016 so hopefully it still isn't made in china. This is the same listing that I used to buy mine:
Maybe this one?
I would start with Italian brands, some of them are made in China but they do a lot of their own manufacturing too.
In the US. See https://smile.amazon.com/BioBidet-Non-Electric-Mechanical-Attachment-Posterior/dp/B005V1SZR8/ - in Q&A section. I suspect Home Depot is lying, but hope not
I got you! Took a while but I found this one:
Has a picture with "Made in Japan" and someone in the questions said theirs had a sticker with the same message.
You can also buy some older vintage ones that are still functioning off eBay
Pretty sure you could find a lot of leather sandals made local there in shops or by street vendors. Mallorca especially has a lot of great shoe manufacturers. One that comes to mind is Carmina. They don't make sandals but they do have slippers. Are you looking for mens or women's sandals?
these are traditional spanish Espadrilles. I'd suggest something like this over sandals.
Zojirushi mugs are made in Thailand. They're more known for their narrow vacuum insulated coffee mug, but they have a wide mouth version and apparently they also have a tumbler now . The coffee mugs are leak proof and can be thrown in a backpack, not sure about the tumblers. I have a wide assortment of the mugs.